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Fall 2017


Award winning design by AnnMarie Jackson, FASID, RID. The 29 Palms Medical Replacement Clinic, 29 Palms, CA. (See page 37)

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Chapter Sponsor 2018


The Chapter replaces its board with the fiscal year instead of January. So it’s time to get to know your new volunteers who have agreed to help manage the chapter for its members. Take a look at the pictures and get to know them! They will need lots of help to run the chapter so that the members can be proud of their organization. Each position has an email address and can be contacted at any time for you to volunteer or just pass along your great ideas! Maybe you’ll aspire to join them one day and need a little experience to see how it’s done. All are welcome!! Let’s make this a GREAT year together!

Gras Parade we attended last year in Mobile so be on the lookout for something unique!

We’ve had many exciting events last year such as the new Emerging Professionals group meeting together. Please join them and encourage them in this industry. It’s a great way to network and find out what others are doing at the same level as you. You’re not alone! Thanks to Mary Rooney, the Summers Classics competition is in full swing. The students are already excited about learning in real time. I’m excited that Mary has agreed to continue chairing this committee through this year and helping to plan the formal Gala for the students who participated.

Also, a special thanks goes out to Past President Mary Rooney! She did a fantastic job of spreading the message of ASID. She is going to be missed and I have big shoes to fill. I hope everyone will help me keep the chapter going so all her hard work will not go in vain. And a special thanks to our administrator, Bryant Williams who works tirelessly to keep the chapter viable. He is nationally known and we are lucky to have someone who cares about the chapter so much.

I hope you were able to participate in the State Conference this year. If you didn’t, you missed a fun time as well as an educational time. Remember that it will be the same time every year in Birmingham so you can plan ahead. Our member meeting will be in Huntsville this year. The committee is so excited they have already started planning for this event hosted in February! It will be hard to top the Mardi

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Speaking of Mobile, the chapter is excited that this community is growing again. If you know someone in the area, please let them know about the events. We are also inviting the coastal members in Florida to join us for meetings because they have to travel so far for their Florida meetings. So if you know someone who wants to participate, please let Tim Morales know. Now if we can get the Montgomery community active again, we’ll have the whole state covered.

Please be on the lookout for your invitations to all the events going on in the state. This is your time to get educated and network with other members and encourage others to join. Remember it’s YOUR organization and it will only be as good as its members! Enjoy your family during the holidays! Sincerely,


BOARD OF DIRECTORS President: Nancy Young, Allied ASID president@al.asid.org President-Elect: Tony Thompson, Allied ASID president-elect@al.asid.org Finance: Lynn Frazier, Allied ASID finance@al.asid.org Membership: Chelsea Holmes, Allied ASID membership@al.asid.org Communications: Leah McIntyre, IP Representative ASID communications@al.asid.org Professional Development: Connie Holcombe, ASID, RID professionaldevelopment@al.asid.org Director-at-Large: Tim Morales, IP Representative ASID At-large@al.asid.org Student Representative: Amelia Hoover, Student ASID studentrep@al.asid.org

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Leah McIntyre, IP Representative ASID

Bryant G. Williams Shirley Hammond, FASID, RID Valerie Clark, ASID

ASID ALABAMA CHAPTER OFFICE P.O. Box 220 Moody, AL 35004 T: 205.441.8187 E: administrator@al.asid.org WWW.ASIDALABAMA.ORG


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Perry Umphrey, ASID, RID, joins a distinguished group as this year’s recipient of the Dr. Mary Ann Potter Outstanding Educator Award. Perry has spent a lifetime furthering the interior design profession in the State of Alabama through participation and leadership as a member of ASID and as an educator. His dedication to the students of our state has been evident on and off campus for decades. During his career, Perry’s fierce determination to promote excellence in education saw him commuting to Mobile on a weekly basis to fill a need in a pilot program. This strong devotion goes well beyond education. Having served our chapter on the Board of Directors as the Professional Development Director for four years, President-Elect and President. Perry’s efforts to promote the Alabama Chapter of ASID are immeasurable. Whether in a board position or not, Perry works tirelessly when assisting on committees, organizing an event, or liaising with other organizations. He is driven to ensure that members feel part of an organization that recognizes the importance of its members, which as demonstrated in the level of detail he has put into organizing the Annual State Conference and Awards Gala for numerous years. The effort Perry puts into creating a first class event indicates the respect he has for the organization and its members.

In addition to his work with students and the organization, Perry has volunteered countless hours and funds to promote a number of charities across the state including Arlington Home, Children’s Hospital, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, and the Huntsville Museum of Art.

Much has happened since last quarter’s article. My clients and I have chosen all of the interior paint colors to be used throughout their house, and after preparing the surfaces, the painter has applied most of the first coats. A challenge in choosing the interior colors was finding good guidance on historical colors, specifically interior paint colors for a house with Craftsman elements built in Mobile around 1900. One source of guidance is sherwin-williams.com. Searching the company’s website, then selecting the time period 1880s – 1910s, I find a brief description of the influential design Valerie Clark, ASID thought of the time as well as a palette of colors. Each colors’ name refers to the people and places of the Roycroft Campus, an artists’ community in East Aurora, New York near Buffalo, which was the seat of America’s Arts and Crafts movement. Since that style is so closely related to the Craftsman style, it was a great starting point. The Facebook page of The Craftsman Bungalow shows interior and exterior photos of the Roycroft Campus. In the photos, colors like Roycroft Adobe (a dark, muted red) and Bunglehouse Blue (a dark, muted blue) appear as colors in area rugs and upholstery and details in stained glass. While the photos show dark stained wood wainscoting, dark stained exposed rafters, and a landscape covered with snow, which are not part of my clients’ Mobile house, other aspects of the style are applicable. Sherwin-Williams’ color palette along with additional research provides useful information and builds understanding of the style and time. Sherwin-Williams offers lists of historical paint colors that can be very helpful tools. Additional resources that have proven valuable to my project include the writings of Elizabeth Simpson, owner of Studio Patina in New Orleans, and the book The Tasteful Interlude: American Interiors through the Camera’s Eye, 1860 – 1917, written by William Seale. ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 8


SITE PLANS BUILDING SECTIONS EXTERIOR MATERIALS WATERPROOFING DETAILS ENERGY CALCULATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS

ARCHITECTURE FLOOR PLANS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS SPACE PLANNING INTERIOR DETAILS MEANS OF EGRESS

INTERIOR DESIGN FURNISHINGS & FIXTURES SOFT GOOD SELECTIONS DOOR HARDWARE WINDOW COVERINGS PAINT SELECTIONS WALLCOVERINGS

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Architecture and Interior Design are two peas in the same pod… sometimes. Each profession strives to create an environment that is emotionally, physically and socially responsible while satisfying a client’s programed needs. Each strives to deliver a solution that is greater than the sum of the million decisions we make for each project. Unlike other participants in this process, i.e. electrical, mechanical, and plumbing engineers, architects and designers input overlays on many levels. Organization of the space, materials, methods of illuminating etc.. are easily claimed as the domain of either profession. However, there are distinct differences in approach each takes to arrive at those decisions. As both an architect and interior designer (i.e. control freak), I see the sameness and differences in how each would view the decision-making process. As an interior designer, I also look for an overriding concept by which to evaluate all decisions in search of a cohesive whole. The scale is different but the process and goals are the same. Many view the architect as the one who creates a relationship between the building and the surrounding environment while the interior designer is viewed as the one who creates the relationship of the individual user and the space created. I pose that both impact within and outside the environment created. They just happen to use different tools and skillsets at times to obtain the desired result. I’m not proposing an architect or an interior designer could do each other’s job. They work on different scales and with different tools at their disposal. However, when they bring solutions that respect the idea at large, they along with other participants in this team, create an end result that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

H. Don Bowden is an architect and interior designer who has held numerous positions in ASID including national president. He has been cited and featured in many publications across the country and has received many awards for his contributions to the profession and his work. WEBSITE: http://bowdenarchitecture.com


This past summer ASID Alabama teamed up with Paige Albright Orientals for the “Make a Move | Make a Room” interior design competition. The competition was designed to demonstrate the scope of work an interior designer is trained to perform goes beyond aesthetics, and into the realm of structural elements. Each entry was required to include the moving of a structural element in a space, thereby changing the look, feel, and functionality of the entire room. With the help of a jury of interior design professionals around the country, the top five entries were chosen and placed on StyleBlueprint.com for the public to vote on. We proudly present to you the five finalists, and the winning entry.

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This 1940 farmhouse, typical of that era, had a small kitchen and a seldom-used formal dining room. The homeowners wanted to reconfigure the space to allow for comfortable entertaining while cooking. Brandeis Short’s creative concept included removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room, and utilizing a 20’ beam with structural decorative columns at the island, designed a functional, yet grand entertaining space. ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 12


WINNER: A. Brandeis Short, Allied ASID Pillar & Peacock, LLC Florence, AL


Beverly Farrington, ASID, RID Accents of the South Huntsville, AL

“Removing just one wall, can make all the difference. Our clients came to us to redesign their kitchen, living and breakfast rooms. We began in the kitchen. Enjoying each other’s company while cooking in the kitchen was nearly impossible for our clients’ large family. The kitchen was closed off and not accessible to the living room. Through the removal of a wall, adjusting the layout, and adding additional bar seating, we achieved three spaces that work together.”

The goal of this project was to create a more open floor plan, offering ease of entertaining and flow from the kitchen to the den and butler pantry .This kitchen was completely re-configured--soffits were removed, as well as wall openings to make the space feel bigger. The eight foot ceilings were removed, and now feature partial cathedral ceilings with rustic beams to add further spaciousness to the room.

Laura Merrill, Associate ASID Laura Merrill Interiors Vestavia, AL ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 14


Chris Magidson, Allied ASID Stock & Trade Design Company Homewood, AL

“This was a condo renovation completed earlier this year in Seacrest, FL. Throughout the condo, soffits were removed and odd ceiling angles squared off. In the main living/ dining area, openings were widened and columns squared off, opening up the space. In the kitchen/pantry, a wall was removed, making one large pantry/display room. “

“The client had a windowless kitchen trapped between an exercise room and a breakfast room. Both were filled with light. We removed the walls that separated the kitchen from them and created a large kitchen with family gathering space. All of which are now light filled.”

H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile, AL ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 15


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Kayla Russian, Allied ASID Wetumpka, AL

Christine Watts, Allied ASID Birmingham, AL

Auburn University

Claire Cover Nancy Galloway Mallory Harvey Sarah Hix Catherine Meriweather Gabrielle Picard Arianna Stevens Emma Walker

Sarah Sibley, Allied ASID Mountain Brook, AL

University of Alabama

Rachel Mazur Hannah Pittman Rachel Ranieri

University of North Alabama

Morgan Hales

AllSouth Appliance PPG Paints Leah McIntyre Dana Chambers BSH Home Appliances Rowe Furniture Greg Marrs Allison Weber Flexco Summer Classics Haley Plank Jason Bigbie & Elliot Reay

Karndean Design Flooring Twyla Inc. Tom Yancey Clarissa Bailey Minted Wendover Art Group Sarah Greenwood Gregg Marcus Office Environments, Inc. Mike Miller

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Outstanding Practitioner Connie Holcombe, ASID, RID Lifetime Achievement Shirley Hammond, FASID, RID

Outstanding Student Member Outstanding Industry Partner Kayla Russian, Student ASID Dwight LeClair, Sherwin-Williams Lifetime Achievement Phyllis Moore, FASID, RID

Lifetime Achievement H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID

To recognize those individuals who have made significant and lasting contributions to ASID Alabama and our profession in the State of Alabama. ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 19


Daisy Bond Student Design

AWARDS

GOLD Product Design

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3-D Visualization


Design Concept - Commercial

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Design Concept - Residential

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Rendering: Hand Drawn

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Rendering: Digital

Best in Competition


SILVER 3-D Visualization

Daisy Bond Student Design

AWARDS


Rendering - Digital

Product Design ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 27


Design Concept: Commercial

Design Concept: Residential

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Chapter Sponsor 2018


Bronze 3-D Visualization

Rendering: Digital

Daisy Bond Student Design

AWARDS


Design Concept: Commercial

Design Concept: Residential


AWARDS

GOLD ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 32


H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile This light filled home can accommodate a lot of family and friends. The main room is open concept tying the screened porch, living, dining, kitchen, grilling and deck together for maximum flow and light. You enter the house through a two story, light filled foyer clad in stacked wood siding. No window treatments were desired or necessary in the public room; light and views were valued more. The bedrooms have wood blinds for light control and warmth with draperies for noise and privacy at night. Simple materials were repeated throughout for continuity and to ground the house in a traditional spirit. White marble, wood floors, and a simple palette of shades of white for the walls unify the scheme.


H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile This light filled home can accommodate a lot of family and friends. The main room is open concept tying the screened porch, living, dining, kitchen, grilling and deck together for maximum flow and light. You enter the house through a two story, light filled foyer clad in stacked wood siding. No window treatments were desired or necessary in the public room; light and views were valued more. The bedrooms have wood blinds for light control and warmth with draperies for noise and privacy at night. Simple materials were repeated throughout for continuity and to ground the house in a traditional spirit. White marble, wood floors, and a simple palette of shades of white for the walls unify the scheme.


Beverly Farrington, ASID, RID, and Sallie Stokes, Allied ASID Accents of the South Huntsville Removing just one wall, can sometimes make all the difference. Enjoying each other's company while cooking was nearly impossible for this large family. The kitchen was closed off and not accessible to the living room. Through the removal of a wall, adjusting the layout, and adding additional bar seating, these rooms are now the perfect gathering place for both family and friends, and have become one large cohesive space at the heart of the home. The spaces share a cohesive palate of warm rich neutrals with touches of blues and grays. Gilded light fixtures are featured in each area, which are light and unobtrusive and add a modern flare.

Best in Competition: Residential


Best in Competition: Commercial

H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile Carpeting was replaced with polished concrete and hardwood to brighten the gallery space in this museum renovation. Color, as well as the absence of it, was utilized to bring the focus back to the art and attitude of each gallery space collection. The Asian gallery was painted red and wood floor added. Similarly, the American gallery was painted blue with wood flooring. A lightness has permeated the museum and everything seems more focused on the art.

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Anne Marie Jackson, FASID, RID Sherlock, Smith and Adams Montgomery The 29 Palms Medical Replacement Clinic, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, 29 Palms, CA, provides a world-class outpatient healthcare environment supporting medical staff and the care of our active-duty military and their dependents. The design solution embraces North Carolina’s coastal plane and maritime forest reinforcing a sense of place and community for the Marine Corps. Through collaboration and current best evidence based design, the end result achieves performance and social responsibility goals including cost effective solutions in support of the missions of Naval Facilities Engineering Command and Defense Health Agency Facilities Division. ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 37


H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile A WWII warehouse gets new life as a manufacturing facility. The design preserved the beautiful volumes and details to deliver a light filled, clean lined work/ manufacturing space. Glass doors and walls keep the space open and stream in light from the restored tall windows. Furthermore, through volume and color, the designer differentiated each function of the support space. In lieu of a drop-ceiling, the design leaves the exposed structure and emphasize it with color. The effect is very light within a normally caverness dark space.

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Laurl Self, Allied ASID Laurl Designs Hoover Modern, Collegiate, Multi-function- these terms guided the Falcon Table. The table was design for the University of Montevallo's Student Activities Center lobby which serves as a hangout for students, a location for events, and a community meeting space. The tables are designed to be a side table, a bench, or an impromptu desk; a pair together can be used as the coffee table in the lobby area. The pattern, cut into the tables, is multi-directional allowing the tables to be positioned in a variety of ways without altering the visual of the image. The Falcon Table is made from postconsumer industrial recycled content.


Suzanne Barnes, ASID, RID Richard and Company Huntsville This client loved the Waverly laden space when they purchased the house 20+ years ago. However, as time went on, the client felt the need for a bath that worked for them and their current needs. The couple recognized the need to update the bath to a more usable space to serve them as they grew older. Suzanne worked to select warm finishes to reflect the mood of the rest of the house. The hardware was specifically chosen as it worked with the tile selections plus resembled jewelry. The floor was redesigned to provide privacy and embrace the tall ceilings of the room.

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Perry Umphrey, ASID, RID Umphrey Interiors Birmingham Upon entering this home you can see past the living room to the great outdoors, so the designer decided to take advantage of that. The room is broken into two seating areas; one by the fireplace, and one over looking the beautiful scenery outside. To add warmth to the monochromatic scheme, the designer utilized lots of texture, along with the colorful accent pillows. The area rug is Argentinian cowhide, while the horse sculpture is the highlight of the space, creating the divide between the seating areas. The effect achieved is clean, fresh, and welcoming.


AWARDS

SILVER


H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile

Beverly Farrington, ASID, RID Accents of the South Mobile


Lila Frank, Allied ASID Lila Pryor Frank Designs Huntsville

Shirley Hammond, FASID, RID Perceptive Designs Decatur

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H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile

Bradley Logan, ASID, RID Lathan Associates Architects, LLC Hoover


AWARDS

Bronze Chapter Sponsor 2018


Beverly Farrington, ASID, RID and Sallie Stokes, Allied ASID Accents of the South Huntsville

H. Don Bowden, FASID, RID Bowden Architecture Mobile

Perry Umphrey, ASID, RID Umphrey Interiors Birmingham

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Chapter Sponsor 2018

Contact membership@asid.org or IndustryPartners@asid.org or call 202-796-2045 with login or support questions. Business hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern, Monday through Friday, except major holidays. ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 49


NEW STUDENT FEE STRUCTURE!!!! Application Fee $85.00 Annual Dues $0.00


SCALE: The ASID National Student Summit is THE must attend event of the year for interior design students and educators who believe in the impact of design to transform lives. By attending SCALE, students will be prepared to take on their first professional role, and educators will explore relevant topics and resources to augment their curricula. Students studying other built environment professions such as architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning will also benefit from the SCALE experience.

FEBRUARY 23-25, 2018

The ASID National Student Portfolio Competition endeavors to generate the best collection of student design projects for review. Students will submit their portfolios, resumes, and written statements to an online portal for the chance to earn a 2018 internship. Finalists will receive a ticket (travel not included) to attend an exclusive student portfolio track at SCALE: The ASID National Student Summit. Finalists will work with professionals to polish their portfolios, culminating in a presentation of their portfolios to a panel of judges in the hope of securing a 2018 internship.

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Registration Closes - December 5, 2017

Propel your career with the ASID National Student Career Fair at SCALE: The ASID National Student Summit. Connect with potential employers and set up on-the-spot interviews to land an internship or job before graduation.

The ASID Student Chapter Awards recognize achievement among ASID student chapters, their leaders, and the faculty advisors responsible for enriching the ASID student member experience.

Registration Closes - December 5, 2017

The top three finalists in each category will receive a special discount to attend SCALE: The ASID National Student Summit, February 23-25, 2018 in Los Angeles. Award winners will be recognized during the closing ceremony of SCALE along with winners of the ASID Student Portfolio Competition.

Are you a representative for a manufacturer, firm, or graduate program interested in hosting your own table? Please e-mail emergingleader@asid.org for more information.

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SID at The University of Alabama has amped it up this semester. Our president Marissa Terracciano took the reins and is steering our chapter towards a brighter future. Fundraising chair Will Turner did not take a break this summer. Will was a member on the board helping plan for ASID Alabama Annual State Conference right next to president Mary Rooney. ASID began collaborating with IIDA this semester. We have been having officer meetings to plan what it is that needs From L to R: Nancy Young, Allied ASID, to get done as interior design students. WE believe that by President 2018, Marissa Terracciano, collaborating students will feel more likely to come to meetings Student ASID, Will Turner, Student ASID, and join. We just pride our selves in student involvement! That Mary Rooney, ASID, RID, President 2017 being said, in October our guest speaker was Anne- Marie Gianoudis from Turner Batson Architect spoke to students about her career and how she got there. That’s not all coming from our collaboration but this coming month we are having two guest speakers. Textile designer Adriana Ospina and Tobe Fitterman. Thanks to ASID Alabama generosity we are able to cater Taco Mama to this event and keep our student participation growing!

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uburn University’s student chapter has kicked off the new year in style, and plans to keep things going all year.

Their impressive list of guest speakers includes David Baker with McAlpine House, Kate Flemming, and Lucy Johnson. Not stopping there, they’ve also schedule a tour of homes, and a field day. If you haven’t visited their new website yet, you’ve got to see it to believe it; just click here, and be ready to me impressed! http://www.ausocieties.com/

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ASID Alabama has teamed up with Summer Classics to challenge interior design students in the state.

Chapter Sponsor 2018

Recently, students and faculty from Auburn University, Samford University, the University of Alabama , and the University of North Alabama gathered at the corporate office of Summer Classics in Pelham, AL where they were given the parameters of an exciting new competition. The challenge is to design a new chair (lounge, club, dining) utilizing teak as the material. The prizes are impressive; first place will receive a prototype of their design, and internship at Summer Classics, and $1000, second place will receive $500 and an award, and third place receives $250 and an award. The winners will be announced at a Gala on January 27th. We wish everyone luck, and can’t wait to see the entries.


November 2017

March 2018

30th CEU | Birmingham Moisture Management in Tiled Showers MORE INFO & REGISTER

22nd Auburn University ASID Student Chapter Meeting; guest speaker TBD

30th Auburn University Student Chapter Christmas Event

April 2018 6th

December 2017

MEETING | ASID Alabama Board of Directors, Birmingham RSVP administrator@al.asid.org

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DEADLINE | ASID + Summer Classics Student Teak Challenge Submissions due

27th DEADLINE Dr. Mary Ann Potter Educator Award Nominations due

7th

SOCIAL | Huntsville | Holiday Party RSVP to leah@myallsouth.com

27th DEADLINE Keystone Awards | nominations due

13th CEU | Huntsville | Engaged in Gauged Porcelain MORE INFO & REGISTER 14th SOCIAL | Birmingham | Holiday Party MORE INFO RSVP to leah@myallsouth.com

May 2018 18th DEADLINE | Daisy Bond Student Design Awards Intent to Enter forms ONLY

31st DEADLINE | Design Excellence Awards All entries due

January 2018 5th

MEETING | ASID Alabama Board of Directors, Birmingham RSVP administrator@al.asid.org

12th DEADLINE | Newsletter Submissions for content Send to: administrator@al.asid.org

25th CEU | Huntsville Oriental Rugs: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow MORE INFO & REGISTER 27th ASID + Summer Classics Student Teak Challenge Gala February 2018 22nd Auburn University ASID Student Chapter Meeting; guest speaker Lucy Johnson with ai3 23rd SCALE: The ASID National Student Summit Los Angeles, CA MORE INFO & REGISTER 25th MEETING Alabama Board for Registered Interior Designers Birmingham RSVP bryant.williams@abrid.alabama.gov ASID ALABAMA │ FALL 2017 │ PAGE 54

June 2018 15th DEADLINE | Daisy Bond Student Design Awards All entries due July 2018 6th

MEETING | ASID Alabama Board of Directors, Birmingham RSVP administrator@al.asid.org

September 2018 7th

ASID Alabama Annual State Conference

7th

ASID Alabama Awards Banquet

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